Provisional Life Expectancy Estimates, August 20221,2 The 2021 mortality report was released showing that Americans lost nearly three years of life expectancy between 2020 and 2021. December 2022, finalized mortality report3 corroborates these shocking figures.
In 2019, Americans of all ethnicities lived to an average of 78.8 years.4 By the end of 2020, drop to 77.0 years old5 By the end of 2021, it will be 76.4.6 As stated in the CDC’s final 2021 mortality report:7
“In 2021, life expectancy at birth for the total U.S. population is 76.4 years, a decrease of 0.6 years from 77.0 years in 2020… Life expectancy for men decreased by 0.7 years from 74.2 years in 2020 to 73.5 years in 2021. For women, life expectancy decreased by 0.6 years from 79.9 years in 2020 to 79.3 years in 2021…Death rates increased from 2020 to 2021 in every age group aged 1 and over…”
As Dr. Steven Woolf, professor of population health at Virginia Commonwealth University, told USA TODAY,8 “This means that all the medical progress of the past quarter century has been erased.”